Thank you for picking up the first issue of the Collegiate Times. I hope you will continue reading the opinions page this year, as my co-editor, Bethany Melson, and I have big plans for the CT opinions
In the past, opinions have primarily focused on national and international issues. But this year, we will provide content covering topics that matter to you.
We will offer more columns on local issues and news, in addition to important national and international topics. We plan to deliver exclusive news content with insightful analysis.
As staff members of the CT, Bethany and I are committed to providing the content you want to see in the paper this year. We encourage you to submit your opinions through letters to the editor, guest columns and online commenting. We are your newspaper and we want your voice to be heard.
If you are interested in contributing your opinions on a regular basis, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. The opinions section is constantly searching for opinionated, vocal and talented individuals to write columns.
We look forward to providing you with relevant and interesting opinions content, and I look forward to serving you this year.
Thanks for picking up the first issue of the Collegiate Times for the 2012-2013 school year. This year, the Collegiate Times wants to tailor the opinions section to fit your
We encourage all of you to share your thoughts and concerns with us, with the goal for this year being for us to provide more relevant content for Virginia Tech
Therefore, if you have any type of concern, we would love it if you wrote us a letter or a guest column to explain your side of an issue. Please send any concerns, letters or questions to email@example.com.
Another goal we have this year is to find a political cartoonist. Please contact us if you would like to have your work featured in the opinions section or if you would like more information.
This is your paper and we work for you, the student body and town of Blacksburg. We will do our best to make this your